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Essex milkshakes maker celebrates deal to supply WH Smith Travel stores

PUBLISHED: 14:56 03 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:56 03 January 2018

Shaken Udder founders  co-founders Andrew Howie and Jodie Farran of Tolleshunt Major. Picture: SHAKEN UDDER

Shaken Udder founders co-founders Andrew Howie and Jodie Farran of Tolleshunt Major. Picture: SHAKEN UDDER

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An Essex-based milkshake maker is celebrating a new deal to supply WH Smith Travel stores.

Shaken Udder, based at Tolleshunt Major, near Maldon, will supply two of its best-selling flavours, Chocolush and Vanillalicious, extending the brand’s reach in the on-the-go drinks market.

“The on-the-go market is hugely important to our brand and we are delighted to sign this contract with WH Smith as it allows us to reach a whole new customer base,” said co-founder Andrew Howie.

“Two of our best-selling flavours will be available to customers shopping at the retailer and we hope they fly off the shelf.”

Shaken Udder currently produces five milkshakes, all made with ingredients including real fruit or Belgian chocolate and fresh British milk. Earlier this year the brand extended into the yogurt category with its new YogOaty pouches for children.

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